Red meat (pork, beef, veal, etc.) contains a large number of vitamins and minerals that the body needs for proper functioning. However, in recent years, many studies have shown that eating red meat can increase the risk of cancer and other diseases. More and more people try to stick to a vegetable diet (veganism and vegetarianism), arguing that this decision is beneficial for their health and will allow them to live much longer. However, a recent study says that there is no reliable scientific evidence to state that red meat is dangerous for our health. So, is eating red meat bad for your health? Let’s find the truth together.

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There is a hot discussion among scientists and nutrition experts regarding the health damage of eating red meat. It’s all about the recent study that says that there are no health reasons to limit the consumption of red or processed meat. For the last three years, the researchers studied various articles on the dangers of red meat and its effect on heart attacks, high cholesterol levels, and cancer. The latest research shows that there is no convincing evidence of a link to disease and mortality rate. The best evidence comes from randomized trials, however, they are extremely expensive and hard to do. That’s why it’s much more common to do observational studies, however quite often the results are misleading. Bradley Johnston of Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada, and his colleagues decided to review both observational studies and 12 randomized trials to get to the bottom of the issue. Both types of research indicated that there is a minor negative effect of red meat on our overall health. The scientists state that there is no need to limit red meat or processed food in the ration. However, Duane Mellor, a spokesperson for the British Dietetic Association, says that there is no reason to eat more red meat as well. Experts recommend eating red meat in moderation, not more than 3 times a week.

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